1984-orwell

George Orwell (born Eric Arthur Blair, 1903-1950) was a novelist and the author of two notable political novels, 1984 (1949) and Animal Farm (1945).

Animal Farm was adapted for a TV movie with effects by Jim Henson's Creature Shop in 1999.

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  • Eddie Albert played Winston Smith in the Studio One TV play "1984" (1953)
  • David Buck played Winston Smith in "The World of George Orwell: 1984" on Theatre 625 (1965)
  • Lorne Greene played O'Brien in the Studio One TV play "1984" (1953)
  • John Hurt played Winston Smith in Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984, film)
  • Toby Jones played Squealer in Animal Farm (2013, BBC Radio)
  • Ben Kingsley read Animal Farm in ten parts on Book at Bedtime (BBC Radio, 1995)
  • Dieter Kursawe played various animals in in Animal Farm (1981, German radio)
  • Inge Meysel played Molly in Animal Farm (1948, German radio)
  • Bill Nighy read Animal Farm in five parts on Book at Bedtime (BBC Radio, 2003)
  • Joseph O'Conor played O'Brien in "The World of George Orwell: 1984" on Theatre 625 (1965)
  • Edgar Ott played Parsons in 1984 (1977, German radio)
  • Vincent Price played Winston Smith in "Nineteen Eighty-Four on Lux Radio Theater (Australian radio, 1955)
  • Cyril Shaps played Goldstein in Nineteen Eight-Four (1965, BBC Radio) and Symes in "The World of George Orwell: 1984" on Theatre 625 (1965)
  • Tom Sturridge played Winston in 1984 (2017, Broadway play)
  • John Vernon voiced Big Brother in 1984 (1956, film)
  • Mogens von Gadow played Squeaker in Animal Farm (1981, German radio)
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